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Your Favorite Niche Finder!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by iridelongboards, Sep 15, 2012.

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    iridelongboards Registered Member

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    So I have been looking around at different niche finders for a week or so now and i have found a few that appeal to me, the problem is that this is gonna be my first time ever using a program like this, I run a few website and have done KW research the old fashion way, but I want something to make my life a little easier so i thought a niche finder would cut out a lot of time and research that i spend on just finding a niche.

    I have looked at market samurai, Ultimate niche finder, Micro Niche Finder, and a couple others and I'm trying to find the difference, pros and cons, and what not. So i thought I would ask my friends at BHW, What is your Favorite Niche Finder/Keyword Tool?

    Thanks in advance everyone
     
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    I've looked at them all, and always return to Market Samurai. So many options for one low price. That said, I also like to use Brad Callen's Niche Finder too.
     
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    Hmmmm I have never heard of Brad Callen's, I'll check that out. Is it any cheaper than Market Samurai? What do you like about it?
     
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    I'm a user of NF. It's a good tool.
     
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    LTP ( Long Tail Pro )
     
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    I second the Long Tail Pro vote. I find it easier to pick out niche sites than Market Samurai.
     
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    I use google keyword tool and Niche Finder and I am happy...
     
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    this is quite a wonderful post......personally, I think MNF is the best value.................good day.....
     
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    Scrapebox keyword scraper+google adwords ---- Best for me
     
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    Market Samurai and Google Keyword Tool
     
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    NF and google keyword tool.
     
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    hmmm well now i gotta go check out LTP and Scrapebox. I thought Scrapebox was for scraping emails and proxies? how am i gonna use that to get keywords and niches?
     
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    just checked those things out really quick. I guess every software is gonna be 95-150 bucks, thats gonna suck with my minimum wage job and not much IM profit to speak of. but thanks everyone for your insight!
     
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    Ultimate Niche Finder is the best out there! You can easily get big ROI by selling keywords harvested by UNF! It's really worth the money!
     
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    I enjoy the carrot niche. I have a blog dedicated to carrots.
    I write about the nutritional value on them, and I have a ton of photos of carrots in their natural habitats.
     
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    UNF for $49!!! SOLD!!
     
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    Is that just done on Fiverr or what? That sounds like a cool little deal to me while I am getting an established income with IM. What way did you do that?